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You should wear a face covering when you need to be outside your home and cannot maintain at least six feet of distance from other people. A face covering is any well-secured paper or cloth like a bandana or scarf that covers your nose and mouth. Avoid visiting a clinic or hospital unless you are having a medical emergency. Some providers are offering remote visits via telephone or videoconference for routine or non-urgent care. Medicines to treat HIV are safe and more effective than ever. The sooner you begin your treatment, the less damage HIV can cause.
I Am HIV Positive. This Is What It's Like to Date.
I was 28 and he was just hitting It was my first steady, long-term relationship, and we did what I used to think of as "grown-up" things. Like having Sunday football parties or fighting in Home Depot about what color to paint an accent wall in our living room.
The result, AIDS experts say, is that in cities across Europe, HIV is spreading rapidly among men who have sex with men — leading to concentrated epidemics in hard-to-reach groups. Chemsex is characterised by the use of drugs such as crystal meth, mephedrone and GHB, or gamma-hydroxybutyric acid, to enhance sexual arousal, performance and pleasure. In a small study published in of people attending HIV clinics in England and Wales, 30 per cent of HIV-positive men surveyed reported chemsex in the previous year, and 10 per cent said they had engaged in slamsex. A Spain-based study last year found that of almost HIV-positive men surveyed, 60 per cent reported having unprotected anal sex and 62 per cent had been diagnosed with an STI. Rates of infections and high-risk sexual behaviour were higher among the 30 per cent who reported having engaged in chemsex or slamsex.